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Good Girl Art Quarterly 5

Good Girl Art Quarterly 5

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GTS Lead Story!! The Femforce’s resident jungle girl, Tara Fremont gets tricked into appearing on T. V. in an infomercial- and is secretly slipped a dose of the unstable “Garganta Formula”! Wild highjinks ensue as she grows to giantess proportionns, busting through the top of the studio. As luck would have it, her new-found size changing ability lets her save a drunken spring breaker from a fatal fall. A new giant woman character is born, in this, the origin and first appearance of Too Tall Tara , in “Growing Pains”, written by Bill Black, drawn by Brad Gorby, and inked by Black, Mark Heike, Chad Hunt, and Billie Marimon.Unnamed cameo by Madalyne Macabre. Then it’s gorgeous Golden Age gals galore, including Clarabelle in Looie Lazybones’ “A Bride Fer Kissin’ Tim”, from Nedor/Standard’s Thrilling Comics #71, April of 1949; Sky Girl, from Fiction House’s Jumbo Comics #104, October, 1947- as drawn by the master, Matt Baker. This issue’s special focus is Fight Comic’s femme fatale, Senorita Rio. Extensive text history by Bill Black, Fight #37 cover repro centerfold, and a complete Lily Renee story reprint from Fight Comics #35, in color. You can’t find this material any place else- and if you could, no one but AC Comics has the state-of-the-art techniques to reproduce it. Color cover by Dick Ayers and Mark Heike, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1991.

One Response to "Good Girl Art Quarterly 5"

  1. Eric Johnson  October 26, 2011 at 11:07 pm

    Absolutely some of the best art that an AC giantess story has ever had. Brad Gorby shines here with the scenes of Tara growing and moving around at giantess size. Well-paced growth scene, and some very sexy shots of “Too Tall Tara”. Any giantess fan who’s interested in AC’s take on the subject needs to get this issue just for that Tara story.

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